November 20, 2017
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LePage takes anti-domestic violence message to central Maine

The Associated Press

AUGUSTA, Maine — Gov. Paul LePage is taking his anti-domestic violence message to a central Maine high school.

LePage travels to Erskine Academy in South China on Wednesday as part of his effort to raise awareness about the issue and help to bring an end to domestic violence and bullying.

The governor believes domestic violence is a men’s as well as women’s issue.

During his presentation at Erskine, LePage will distribute informational booklets that include a personal letter from the governor, resources to assist victims of domestic violence and a wristlet promoting domestic violence awareness.

 


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